We've Got Mail…

Praise us or pan us, but just put it down in words. Bravos or boos, we want to hear from you.
1867

MARVELOUS OR MALEVOLENT MERMAIDS?

Where can I get the April 2014 issue with the mermaid on the cover? I can’t wait to buy it. I’m a No. 1 fan of mermaids, as I have a self-made tail too! Thanks so much for the beautiful magazine!
— Emilie Van Der Elst via Facebook, Montreal, Canada

// (Your) April cover photo and fashion spread are the stuff of nightmares — a dystopian underworld! I don’t believe I’ve ever seen an uglier cover and fashion spread.
— Cara Kazanowski, longtime subscriber

 

BOLED OVER

(Charles Boles) was a great inspiration and mainstay of mine while running Baker’s Keyboard Lounge. (“Overdue Debut,” April 2014) His legacy at Baker’s is monumental! It was certainly a honor and a pleasure having him play for me at Baker’s and gain a wealth of knowledge about the business from his friendship.
— John Colbert, via hourdetroit.com

// I first played with this wonderful musician way back at the Elmwood Casino where he constantly impressed not only me but also the featured stars!
— Lanny Kathy, University of Michigan, via Facebook

 

DOMBROWSKI’S DEALINGS

Wonderful article (“Arms Race,” April 2014) about a great man, his discipline, and successes.
— Mildred Carter Mariner, via hourdetroit.com

 

STANDING ‘O’ FOR CROWDRISE

I love that company (CrowdRise). I have a former student who works for them (“Raising the Bar,” April 2014). Doing such great things. And thank you for shedding the light on great people. You are awesome.
— Jennifer Kincer, via Facebook

 

MAKING PLANS WITH NIGEL

Cool article on how a casual relationship can build into a fabulous project (“Fashion Meets Furniture,” April 2014). Art Van steps up its spring catalog with high fashion photographer.
— Independent Expressions LLC, Rochester, via hourdetroit.com

 

WEB EXTRA KUDOS

Great article (hourdetroit.com “beer blog” entry) on Bastone Brewery turning 10!
— Motor City Brew Tours, via Facebook

// Fantastic stories from a wonderful musician — I really didn’t want this article to end (“More Boles, Please,” hourdetroit.com Web extra). Charles — please share more.
— Kamau Kenyatta, lecturer at University of California, San Diego, via hourdetroit.com

 

Facebook Comments